1. Elongation (the most common error) can be caused by

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2. In taking radiographs, gagging is usually caused when

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3. Maximum fogging effect is seen by

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4. Photoelectric interactions are highest in _____.

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5. The image of the coronoid process of the mandible often appears in periapical x-rays of

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6. Film size used to evaluate TMJ

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7. What is the effect on radiograph if there are scratches on intensifying screen

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8. osteoradionecrosis is

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9. The odontogenic neoplasm, which is composed of loose, primitiveappearing connective tissue that resembles dental pulp, microscopically is known as _____.

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10. Intranuclear viral inclusions are seen in tissue specimens of which of the following?

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11. if multiple myelpma is suspected from a patients history and IOPA, which of the following radiographs should be taken to confirm the diagnosis

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12. In dental Xray tube, the number of electrons flowing per second is measured by

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13. occlusal radiograph are useful in locating

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14. In the body which atom is useful in magnetic resonance imaging(MRI)

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15. Charge transferred across rows of detector in a 'bucket brigade ' fashion is seen in

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16. Which of the following statements about obtaining the most geometrically accurate image is false?

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17. Beaten metal appearance of skull from inside

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18. A nephrocalcinosis treated patient and on omeprazole for last 3 weeks, has midline crossing lesion in the lower jaw, radiolucent, hazy trabeculae,giant cells , expanding cortical plates .Diagnosis is

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19. What are the components of a developing solution?

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20. Proper radiographic infection control includes all of the following except one. Which one is the exception?

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